Guest Post–Stacey Kennedy, Author of Bared: Club Sin and Giveaway!

 

Thank you so much to the Manga Maniac Café for letting me stop by for a visit. First, a little bit about me: I’m Stacey Kennedy, USA Today Bestselling Author of the CLUB SIN series. I’m a lover of kisses. HBO/Syfy junkie. And I’m obsessed with things that go bump in the night and naughty stories!

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Q&A with Jill Shalvis, Author of Once in a Lifetime and Giveaway!

Today I’m excited to share a Q&A with Jill Shalvis with you! I also have an excerpt from Once in a Lifetime, and a Rafflecopter for you to enter.

Q. Where did you get the idea for Aubrey to go back to the people she’d wronged and make amends?

I’ve always wanted to take a “mean” girl and turn her around.  There’s no easy way to do that except to start at the beginning and make amends.

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Review: In Bloom by Katie Delahanty

 

 

May Contain Spoilers

Review:

Ahhhhhh – where to begin?  I am of two minds about In Bloom.  Part of me loved the whole fantasy of this read – young woman meets rock star and gets to live the dream of being his girlfriend.  Part of me didn’t like all that her new relationship entailed.  While many women would faint at the thought of being pampered and getting celebrity make-overs, complete with designer gowns and shoes, the thought of needing five dedicated individuals to help get me ready for a night on the town made me kind of nauseous.  So while I could buy into the fantasy  of living a glamorous life, I was left thinking – Nah, that just would not be fore me!

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Review: The Tycoon’s Socialite Bride by Tracey Livesay

May Contain Spoilers

Review:

The Tycoon’s Socialite Bride is a lightning quick read, and at first, I wasn’t feeling it.  I didn’t like Marcus, and I thought he was a jerk, while Pamela was pretty darn near perfect.  I really liked her, and sympathized with her.  Her father, a retired senator, is referred to by Pamela as the Senator – never with a more endearing name.  How sad is that?  Since the death of her mother, Pamela can’t do anything right, at least not according to her father, who lives to keep the family name and traditions above reproach.  His daughter falls far short of doing the right things, in his esteemed opinion, and he’s never shy about bringing up every shortcoming and fault he finds.  Ugh.

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